During his 16-year career, he once set the single-season stolen base record.
In rural Tennessee, he grew up hunting quail and wild turkey with his family.
During his career, he hit 2,100 batters and drove in over 1,000 runs.
With his wife Margaret, he has two daughters.
In 1912, he stole 88 bases, a record that was broken three years later by Hall of Fame outfielder Baseball Player Ty Cobb.
Washington Senators (1901–60) managers. Washington Senators (1901–60) coaches. Wichita Jobbers players. Birmingham Barons managers. New Haven Profs players. American League stolen base champions. Chattanooga Lookouts managers. Major League Baseball player-managers. Major League Baseball coaches. Memphis Chickasaws players. Baseball players from Tennessee. Major League Baseball center fielders. Major League Baseball left fielders. Minneapolis Millers (baseball) players
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